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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lp i t- b i u rI 4x r s I f p rI m t I it 1 t cp + c i i 1L t VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY DEC 3 1908 NO2 1f TO SUBSCRIBERS I The new postal rul ing was enforced AprilI i Subscribers w o wish THE QUTLOOK to continue coming to 1 them should watch their address labels and see that the date is ahead of th e date of the next issue of theS l forts3 for is indicated thus iSjOp meaning that I the subscript o n is paid to January 15 1909 Iiq r4 pAddititional locals on fourth page Bring your job work to THE OUTLOOK office 4 There was some sleet and snow I with the shower Saturday rIThe weather continues toojL warm for hogkilling on an cxotensive scale I Showers Wednesday and Thurs 7 f day made but a feeble impression on the drouth f i I 7 MDFais will sell his lot and two residences at public auction e here County Court day Elder R M Campbell preached Jatthe Presbyterian Church at 11 11 oclock ThanIgivingmorning L t Elder urlandofKy will preach at the Christian Chqrch Thursday night Dec j Showers the past week 3I started Prickly Ash creek to ning making convenient stock water For Sale 100acre farm of late James Horseman on Washington Branch J WILL HORSEMAN RENNAiiOitZEMAN t avereceiyedfc11 r vcanmow shoe the wildest whhoutdangerto the horseI FOR SALETWO frame build ings of Odd Fellows Hall Co to j be removed from lot on Vimoiit ItGDIED OF PNEUMONIA George Pferatt aged 42 years died of pneumonia near Mt Sterling last rriday He was abrother of Dick i Pierattj1 west of town and a ron of TineTieratt deceased EDUCATIONALE It Jones a tFxsnkfort spoke to a crowd of schoolteachers pupils andothcrsIm Jr the Courthouse I ternoon in the interest of the j whirlwind campaign for edu- I J r ccation THEY DANCED An informal dance was given by the young WednesIIJI b S band furnished the music There 1 tV were a lot of visitors present and I the youngfolkshad a gay time CHRISTMAS SALE The of the Methodist Church ladiesI menceitheir Christmas I 1 useful arid fancy articles on the t 1 1 f morning of Decemher 8 in the storeroom with S P Atchisonr f Every one cordially invited to atj tend CARD OP THANKsWe hereby t extend our warmest thanks to I aourfriends and neighbors for t their kindness and sympathy to usdunngthe illness and on the decease of our dear wife and r Dotherandshall hold them ever r 0 H S N CASSITX AND CHILDREN t j Ar The 1 i auxiliary of the C W B M has qidividCd into two parts for future I work each side contesting for a jr r certain number of points the side IS4 losing to entertain the winners f eILZ I Which side will you be on t i They also propose to give four t this winter for the benefit Z of the members only r J On Saturday Dec 5 they will i have a sale of good things to eat bj tandyouare invited to look even you do not buy The sale will be l t in T S Shrouts storeroom If you are interested in this work h= see the ladies i to The third Sunday evening in f4 December there will be a Camp t f j Fire and Evehingavith the Pio neers in the Church HJ Der PjfI thick fof HazelGreen will deliv IyJ er an address on evening ifMRS ALEX CONNER f V j t J fry- wSIi ti fii 1l4 A r y SP Ift Jc f s r1 f I J iyu I if 4 PERSONAL Jouett Wilson of Winchester visited Burl Kincaid last week S J Fearing of Embryville Tenn came up last week on businessPierce Winn and wife of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Elva Cat lett last week Mrs George W Donaldson of Bethel visited Mrs J W Emi mons last week Frank Perry of Mt Sterling came Wednesday to visit Patterson and wife Mrs Chas Faris of Ashland came the past week to visit Mrs George E Tribou Mrs George Lathram and Miss May Kincaid were in Mt Sterling one day last week Mrs James Berry of Moore field was the guest of Mrs Wm C Jackson last week fromIGeorge Dawson spent Thanksgiving with Wm Arnoldand other friends at Frankfort Clay Tackett of Millersburg yisited his father F F Tackett n Prickly Ash last week Mrs Dr Swangoof Moorefield was the guest of her niece Mrs James R Maxey some days last weekS i Miss Edna Byron went last week to visit her brothers 0 F at Ashlandand Clay at Catletts urgSMrs Effie Wood of Lexington nd Mrs S C Alexander of Yale were guests of Mrs Emmet Fratman last week Mrs T L Peters of Bethel and MrsEmma Clark of Sharps burg were guests of Mrs J W Emmons last week Mrs Jennie McAlister of Mt Sterling spent from Wednesday till Saturday with her daughter Mrs C W Goodpaster Dan W Doggett Master Com urtison lower Flat CreekSWalter Mae Ratliff of IMiss was the guest of Mrs Ben Myers last week Winchester Democrat Arthur Power returned home lastIJudge W W Power and wife Mrs Claude Paxton of Mt Sterling was the guest of the faniily pf her father William H Daugherty from Wednesday till FridayGrant North and wife of Salt Saturdayjwith Sheehan Misses Nannie Saunders and Nell Richart Hoyard C Moffett and wife of Sharpsburg were of A N Crooks and wife last weekSMiss Bertie Donaldson of Sharpsburjr Mrs Albert Wilson and Mrs T L Peters of Bethel were guests of T S Shrout and wife last week IR H Conner John TRim Eugene Brother and Ford Patterson all returned from a trip to Cincinnati last week N A Peters is still there Mrs Wm Given of near Beth el has returned from Nicholas ville where she went to see her brotherinlaw Wm Noland whoI was stricken with paralysis Noland married a daughter of Charles Duty deceased of near BethelS McKinivan and sister Miss Eva went last week to visit their brother Claude at Midway Miss Eva returned to her school duties at Salt Lick this weekand John went on to visit their sister MrsVoris Vanlandingham at SadievilleM and daughter Mrs W 0 Mclntire came up from Carlisle to visit relatives returning Thursday afternoon Dr W 0 Mclntire has succeeded to Dr Adams practice in dentistry at Cynthiana and will move his fam ily there later The following were visitors here Wednesday of last week to weddingWithi wife Mr and Mrs James F Hurst Mr and Mrs J 0 Rails Mr and Mrs 0 H Knight Mrs W H Ratliff Mrs A G Ratliff Mrs W A Sharp Mrs Eliza beth Ratliff all of Sharpsburg it r j ti r k 1J r r csJq Mrs Matilda Fielders took T neumonia last week and was very seriously ill Thursday The following were guests of Seth Botts and wife and attend ed the Botts Wycoff wedding last week Mrs Botts Mrs Ellen Mrs Blanche Henry Misses Ruth Darnell and Claudia Ratliff of Carlisle Mrs George Fishback of Nicholas county Mrs Tilman Kerns of Sharps burg Mrs Ann Ratliff and two daughters Misses Anna Lee and Linda of Bethel Benjamin Atchison of Atchi- son Kansas visited James W Emmons and S P Atchison the past week Mr Atchison mar ried a daughterof John A Trum bo Jr of near Shaipsburg and a niece of J W Emmons He is a nephew of David Atchison who as U S Senator from one of the j Western States was presiding officer of the U S Senate for 11ofexpiration of one Presidential term and before the President elect had been sworn in and hence has been spoken of as President for one day David Atchison was descended from the same ances tor as the Atchisons in this county hiTHE WYCOFFBOTTS WEDDING A perfectly beautiful wedding was the remark of a lady present at the wedding of George Foley Wycoff and Miss Ellen Botts at the Christian Church here at 815 p m Wednesday Nov 25 1008 And the sentij ment expressed by that lady seems to represent the unanimous opinion There was nothing to criticise adversely in any respect and everything to admire from the decoration of the church to the elegant costumes of the bride matron of honor bridesmaids and singers The crowd began gathering at the church doors early and when the doors were opened every seat andevery foot of standing room j in tbe building were promptly cakch leaving still a large number outside where there was scarcely standing room in the i yard itself Although the work of strictly home people the adornment of the church was done with fault less taste The pulpitwas bank ed with palms and ferns Two arches of smilax and white chrysanthemums tied with white ribbons extended over eachof the two aisles dividing the seats reserved for the families of the contracting parties and for inti mate friends from the balance of the house Thus the color scheme of the floral decorations was white and green and the effect drew favorable comment from all observers The wedding was denominated a rainbow wedding so called from the colors of the costumes 101 the ladies attending the bridal coupleMrs A W Walden presided ac the organ Mrs E H Goodpas ter and Mrs A T Byron sang Forever Mine Mrs Goodpas ter wore a costume of creamcol ored lace and Mrs Byron a direc toire gown with duchess lace The organist began Mendels sohns Wedding March about 815 and the ushers Sherman Goodpas ter Holman Rice and John Pe ters entered and passed down the right aisle and Ene Brother Al ex Goodpaster and Hayden Lacy down left aisle those from one side meeting and passing those from the other and grouping themselves on the platform Then came the bridesmaids Miss Mattie Woodson Barnes in blue messaline satin and carrying white chrysanthemums down the right aisle and Miss Ella Ratliff in yellow messaline satin and car rying yellow chrysanthemums down the left aisle meeting crossing and taking position on the platformSHonor dressed in white messa line satin and carrying a shower bouquet of Brides roses preced ed Miss Ellen Botts who came down the right aisle on the arm of her brother Ecton Botts Miss Botts gown wasof white duchess satin with embroidered chiffon trimmings She wore a bridal veil with trimmings of lilies of the valley and carried a shower bouquetMiss and her brother met Mr Wycoff on the arm of his best man Howard McQueen on the platform where they took a position facing the audience Elder Robert Campbell then began the elaborate marriage service dwelling impressively on the solemnity and sacredness of the marriage obligation with its manifold duties and mutual fore 1 fi tt f1t W i- r Jif1 Im Have You Tried the Pocket nn For the fall and winter trade I have the largest and best stock I have ever carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the Selz and other good makes of shoes hats overcoats notions furnishing goods etc With more than thirty years experience and withonefourth the expense of other houses in this line I can and will sell you goods at less price than any store in this or any neighboring town Everything as represented a- tGlIcJLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky bearance The wedding ring was placed on the brides finger by rooni and the ceremony- ctobride The bridal party the church Miss Edna Byron dressed in pink silk sing ing the wedding march from Mr and Mrs Wycoff took a carriage and went to Preston where they boarded the east pleIton eastern The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Seth Botts who first tame to this town reside after Mr Bolts tol as Sheriff of Bath county in Mrs Wycoff from her first appearance in society reapedat once into the foremost rank of popular favor and reigned a belle in of this and adjoining towns By common consent she is regarded as a young wo man of exquisite beauty and never looked lovelier than at her weddingMr is a young attorney of Carlisle and Is said to possess also fine business ability He is CollegeIment of Ann University He is a speaker of acknowledged abity and was chfcsen Presidential elector for the Ninth Congressional district of Kentucky and willcast his vote for Bryan in the Electoral College He is a man of handsome features man ly IMrside in Carlisle A WORKING MINISTER Olym pia Ky Nov 30 1908Dear Editor The Thanksgiving enter tainment given by the Sunday school wasan success IItrainedcame perfect On Sunday morning following the entertainment Bro Carpenter preached his goodbye sermon much to our sorrow He came to us 23 months ago at a great sacrifice to himselfand since that time he has done a work that has surpassed any work ever before done here When he began his work here our congregation was unorganized and before the first year expired had a membership of 107 During his stay here he made many warm friends Every child loves him andwhatever Bro Carpenter says is just that way with them He is a bright young man well educated and refined minister and we certainly join the Chris tian Standard in singing his prais es As he leaves us our hearts follow him and we assure him through TIlE OUTLOOK that we shall remember him in our pray ers and that we have learned to love him as one of ourown home tI COYLESHEEHAN Andre w Coyle Jr and Miss Mary F Shee han went down on the early train to Lexington Sunday and were united in marriage at the Phoenix Hotel at one oclock p m returned home Monday afternoon and are living at the brides horn on Slate Avenue Rev Morrison of the M E Church performed the ceremony IIThe bride is the eldest daugh the late Dan Sheehan and wife and a sister of Joseph and Eugene Sheehan of thi town and Mrs Grant North of Salt Lick She is a most excel lent young lady and enjoys the esteem of all who know her be ing a modest industrious and a thoroughly good woman in all re spectsThe bridegroom is a son of Geo W Coyle deceased and his lat widow Mrs Susan Coyle who died Nov 18 Andy is a worthy young man industrious obliging popular and a good fellow in every way He and his bride have the best wishes of a host of friends 1ti I P iZ 7ttJ 4 M il l CHARLES STAURETT KILLED HIMSELF Charles Starrett kill ed himself by shooting early in the night of Nov 26 at his home close by Fairview Church in the East Fork of Flat Creek neigh barbeoa this county Coroner Luther Hess held an inquest on the body about ten a m Friday and the following facts were brought out- Starrett borrowed a sixshot 32calibre Harrington Richardson revolver of his uncle Starrett some time ago The un cle said he told Giarles that the weapon was not a good one as it frequently failed to explode the cartridges Another witness said that Charles showed him the pis tol and rather boasted what a goodone it was On Thursday afternoon Star rett was said to have taken at least two drinks of intoxicant as seen by a witness His daughter Lela with whom he was keeping house said that he came home at about 7 oclock p m that evening and snapped his pistol at her a number of times She fled to the Kme of a neighbor and told her stxr Thomas Dudley Anderson gaf nered up a party and went at once to Starretts house Not find ing Urn indoors they went out in to the backyard ajidfQurdhis dead body a bullet wound in hishaad above the right ear Death had been probably instan taneous The pistol was lying by hi sid Four cartridges in ro tation showed that they had been snapped on without exploding then one unsnapped while the hammer rested on the cartridge that had done the fatal work The Coroners jury returned verdict that Starrett had com mitted suicide Last spring Starretts daughter Lela who was aged about sixteen years and living with her grand father Joseph McClure in the East Fork section was sent to the State Reform School at Lexing ton on the ground of incorrigi bility That whole community became wrought up over the mat ter part siding with the grandfather and uncle Dr W B Mc Clure and others against them Such a was raised that the releaseof the girl was pro cured by her father who came back from the Westor that pur pose As to the merits of that case we know nothing and ex press no opinion merely stating the facts Since the release of the girl she had been living with her father The burning of Jacob McClures store at Pebble and Dr W B McClures office Sherburne are connected in the public mind with the animosities aroused over the girls case Starrett had just fin ished building a storehouse on the site of the burned storehouse at Pebble Starrett was also chief witness in the case of Harry Morgan who was to be tried last Friday at Flemingsburg on the charge of cutting and wounding Tommy G Daugherty and also Qf implication in the burning of Dr W B Mc Clures office at Sherburne rRE MINES OPENED UpThere was great rejoicing at the Ore Mines when the order went out to open up the the mines Tuesday ofjthis week The Rose Run Iron Co which operates these mines has an for 3000 tons per month which will give employment to about one hundreds men The mines had been closed down for several months and the people who had been employed there suffered considerable hard ships when theylosttheir jobs HELD ON CUTTING CHARGE ON LYHarry Morgan was tried at Flemingsburg Friday on charge of implication in the burning of eDr W H McClures office at Sherburne and was acquittedbut was held under bond of 500 which he gave to await the action of the on charge of cutting and wounding Tommy G Daugherty BUGGY BOBESfJ Just opened a nice new uptodate stock of BUGGY ROBES and HORSE BLANKETS The goods are the best and the price IS 4 very low t Handmade Saddles and Harness It are the for wear longer and are safer to use Buy a iiisrrEiXisr SPRING SADDLE they are the easiest riding wear longest and wont hurt the horse MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED EUCENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY RACKET STOREjf T EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY ILadies Duck Skirts 100 Ladies White Underskirts 98 75c Ladies Union Suits 50 25c 25clLadiesDresser Scarfs 50 48 25c Table Covers 50 48 25c We have a nice line of side combs and back combs cheap in price and the best in quality also the lateststyles in ladies Handbags- at reasonable prices 25 35 50c Rubber belts black and tan50 25c Pictures and Picture Frames lOc to125 Clocks 55c to 225 junction McIntyres turnpikes twothirds SALE189 turnpike residences occupied purchaser interested Possession HOFFMAN Sterling SureCatch SureCatch Wrenches Hammers Shoe Brushes t DoorLocks Childrens tffJih The season is now on hand so come to the and get your shells cheaper than you can elsewhere Now is the time to use horse and cattle powders and try a box of our Capitol guaranteed to I have a good line of mens gloves both lined and unlined from tl 125 also a few mens suits and odd at cost The Highest Cash For Poultry and Eggs J R MAXEY SuccessorS Wtfeflin 4FOR VIRGINIA T tZn r v p Screened tLumpandBlgtiOHi COALiI ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIAD KENTUCKY I I 1esUjyou now carry to the along with the other and get a watch that you can depend on to meet the conditions ot the life you lead We wish you would call and nee our line of beautiful South Bend Watches The South Bend Watch is Bold on what a It TiIl do for you not on the strength U of a reputation of a bygone past l We will gladly show you the eeo e nomy of buying a South Bend Watch If you will ask us We M k guarantee them to be satis factory Re a member the South Bend Witch frozen in ice still keeps perfect FOR RENT The residence of the late B H Ross in the eastern of at the of the Wyoming and two story sixroom house and three and acres ofyard gar den and lot A nice and conven ient home Apply at THE OUT LOOK office FOR acres of Bath land lying on the Flat CreekBethel 3 miles from Bethel Has on it 3 barn and is well watered and fenced In high state ofcul tivation Known as the Albert Young farm and now by Nathan Sorrell Will make the money Can be bought for 70 per acre Write me if you are or come and see me Terms onethird cash balance in one and two years bearing 6 per cent interest with lien on the land to secure pay ments given March 1 1909 W Real Estate Agent Mt Ky 212t p Rat Traps lOc 325C Mouse Traps 3c 2 5c Round Mouse Traps 5c t Wire Rat Traps 30c Monkey 25c Hatchets 40 25 oc 40 10 5 3c Horse Shoe Pincers 48c fji Horse Rasps 35ti + tHorse Shoe Nails per Ib- 13c 2lbsiu Horse 25 lOc Curry Combs 12 10 8c Rim Knob 19c Padlocks 15 lOc School Tablets 10 8 5 4 Ic Gloves hunting Racket Store Come remedies cure 48c pants Price Paid heirlooms timekeepers suburb Ferry county WOOD 105c to E t 1 time Jf IJ A POWER JEWELER S OPICIflNDH- ALKU f IN 1 f Watchesclocks r y Jewelry 1OpticalMachines- GRAPHOPHONES g ETCt i REPAIRING A SPECIALTYO- WJXG8V1ILK L KY Nice Line South Bend Watches i tTHE METHODIST MINISTER Rev Wright of Harrison county who has been employed to preach at the M E Church and at Mt Pleasant held services at the1 church here Sunday morning night He will hold prayer meet ing here Wednesday night and will preach next Sunday He will reside here after the first of the new year He is a graduate of Stheat Winchester and after next year expects to go to Vanderbilt Uni versity at Nashville Tenn He is highly commended by his tu tors at the Kentucky Wesleyan College as on of the brightest young men that attended that in stitution RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Turner Stulls horse ran away with him in the buggy cQming home from Mt Sterling the afternoon of Nov 24 The buggy was upset and demolished and Stull was badly injured his hip being crushed find other parts of the body bruised was taken to his home south of Preston I r 1T2- tj t HITCHCOCK CHOSEN t 4 WILL IE POSTMASTER GENERAL IN TAFTS CABINET jJ HAS ACCEPTED THE PLACE- Republican National Chairman First One Selected Because of His iAbility to Advise the Presi dentElect Hot Springs VaFrank II Hitch cock has been offered and has accepted the position of postmaster general in tho Taft cabinet that is to be The official announcement of thisa conclusion regarding tho first cabinet selection of Presidentelect Tartd 4 doubtless will not bo made until Mr Taft has completed his cabinet at which time It will bo announced en I bloc Because of this view of the sit I nation no expression regarding the se 1 lection of Mr Hitchcock was obtain n r able for publication from either Mr j Taft or the Republican national chair man Thero were many reasons It was pointed out why It was expedient a J 1thatMr Hitchcocks status should bo t l FRANK XH1TCHCQC I 4 fixed at least so far as the principals are concerned and a complete under standing is known to exist between them As chairman of the Republican betany person with tho political phase of b questions likely to arise at tho begin andI4the personnel of tho party will be of throughoutf4jt Besides these reasons the national chairman admittedly possesses a com j prehenslve as well as a technical I knowledge of postal affairs gained by I o a Protracted experience as first assist i antand acting postthasler general Mr lf Hitchcock accompanied by Charles H ift f Boynton of New York left iere Friday W night for Yashlngton where Saturday night lie was the guest of libngr at tt J 1 a dinner given by the executive t and advisory committees of the national committee Ho then will visit altoPiA t Ir Hitchcock will be frequently in I t t i conference with Judgo Taft SUICIDEVii ai I Mrs Eleanor Cowper Shoots Herself in New York Hotel td i h I New YorkMrs4 Eleanor Merron J 1 Cowper a wldelyrknown playwright It and actress shot herself in her room i r Jr at the SU Regis hotel Friday and will jjr probably die She was a protege and f business partner of the late James H 1 Walllck manager and actor who killed himself at his home In Middle if I 5 town N Y f Before shooting herself Mrs Cow per wrote her lawyer Judge J Herbert B Royce of Middletown and 7 y rt9John Hood manager of the King Edward hotel in West Fortyseventh Street where she formerly lived ndvls I them of her intention to kill herself 1 aAbrief history of her life largely do l Toted to recounting her career on the Irq t stage was found in her effects Is i i J Elopers Are Given 50000 1 New Yqrk7 PJeased at his sons a i H1Jluckln defying parental author 1tyto the extent of wedding the girl s tr loved whether or no Capt John 1 Ve Fleming a wealthy contractor and t IJj prominent Tammany Hall man after I Ills first anger had cooled summoned I t the couple to him Tuesday and placed i8t a check for 50000 In his sons hand l Youre all right my boy said i Capt Fleming Im proud of you be cause you went right ahead and mar hi vied the girl you love Now go1 where you like and dont come back until j you have spent this DeathPt tCleveland OA pillar of flame as 1 Yij i ke ran and leaped In his torture Pal negrotJ J result of a gasoline explosion Friday 4f i alght J P i 1r JIrHermit Author Found Dead c i Surrounded by his only I I 1r friends his booksDr John Norris J ft 70 years old an author and recluse i f was found dead in his little cottage In l t TUverslde For several years Dr Nor i J t rts has been known as the hermit of 1 Riverside J 1 Ohio to Test Option Law hereE1 tu lawIof f e istate have voted out the saloons l i 1 Teachers Will Meet In Denver 4 th WInona Minn The executive com ftftoI b sedation Tuesday announced that Den eforr gestion The date selected is July tl d t- to 9 19091 lf 1 Caught After Long Chase ii J1 Los Angeles Cati 13 McElrojJ a HItdtltt t construction engineer wanted at Hilt f J i ifeenv Pa for forgery was arrested upIPt ftSt ki JI =a 4lt V JL 1 1 l r f 1 j f I r JjI4rI 0 r 4 I P J ftJI 4 II r 1 J M t rt 1t PACT WITH JAPAN IS MADE AGREEMENT COVERS POLICY OP NATIONS IN PACIFIC America and Mlkadoo Country to Defend Chinas Integrity by Evry Peaceful Means Washington Despite official reti cence information from reliable sources has been obtained of an agree ment of farreaching Importance be tween the United States and Japan covering the policy of the two countries In the Pacific Tho agreement is based on the idea of encouraging and defending free and peaceful commercial development In the Pacific It contains not only a mutual guaranty to respect each others territorial possessions there but defines the attitude of the two countries towards China binding each to defend by every peaceful means Chinas independence and integrity and to give equal commercial opportunity In the Chinese empire to all nations But more Important still tho agreement In the event of complications threatening the status quo binds the United States and Japan to consult each other with view to acting together Tho agreement has been drawn up In the form of a declaration and con sists of five articles of which the following Is an accurate and faithful de- scrIption The first article gives ex- pressIon to tho wish of the two gov ernments to encourage the free and peaceful development of their commerce in the Pacific Tho econd Is a mutual disclaimer of an aggressive design and contains also a definition of the policy of pach government both as directed to the maintenance of the existing status quo In the Pacific and the defense of the principle of equal opportunity for commerce and Indus try In China The third article con tains a statement of the consequent firm reciprocal resolution of each government each to respect the terr- itorIal possession in the Pacific of the other In the fourth article the United States and Japan express their determination In the common Inter est of all the powers In China to support by all peaceful means at their disposal the Independence and integrity of China and the principle of equal commercial and industrial opportunity for all nations in the em pire The fifth article mutually pledges the two governments in the case of the occurrence of any event threatening the atus quo as above described or the principle of equal opportunity as above defined to com munlcato with each other for the purpose of arriving at a mutual understanding with regard to the measures they may consider it useful to take STEAMER RAMMED AND SUNK Disaster In Fog Off Sandy Hook Costs Four Lives New Yorkln Jo thick of a fog oft Sandy Hook hnrsdaj tho stout steel freighter Georgia of the White Star line rammed and sank the light lyladen Panama line steamer Finance outward found with SG passengers The Finance went down within ten minutes after tho collision carrying to their death three of her passengers and one of the crew The rest of the passengers who In eluded 19 women ftnd 14 children as well as others of tao crow were res cued by the boats of the Georgic The freighter was not damaged- Of the passengers lost one was a woman Miss Irene Campbell of Pan ama who clung frantically to the rail of the sinking vessel and could not bo persuaded to release her hold nor were the men who manned the small boats able forcibly to removo her 12 WEDDINGS ONE DIVORCE Startling Statistics on Legal Separa tions in United States i Washington Higher dlvorco rate In the United States than in any of the foreign countries where statistics are available is announced by the bulJetlnjustriage In twelve in this country ulti mately terminates in divorce The report covers the 20 years from 1E87 to 1906 inclusive From 1887 to 1906 there were 12832044 marriages and 945625 divorces against 328716 divorces for the preceding 20 years Divorce Js now 23 times as common compared with the married population as it was 40 years ago Utah and Connecticut are the only two states showing decreased divorce rate Dc sertion caused 389 of the total di vorces in the 20 years Three Hunters Probably Drowned Thessalpn Ont William Menor D Menor his son and Fred Eno failed to return from a hunting trip when expected Friday a search- Ing party found the wreck of their rowboat It Is believed the boat capsized In the rapids and that all three were drowned Ptomaine Kill Rich Banker Tulsa OklaJGeorge McGannon millionaire president of the Central National bank here died Friday of ptomaine poisoning contracted while dining In a hotel McGannon came here two years ago from Seneca Mo Escaped Convict Is Caugh Chelsea MlchAman arrested on suspicion here was Identified Friday as Harry Robinson 58 years old whe escaped from prison at Atlanta Ga March 21 1908 He was serving time for a train robbery in Arkansas Ketchel Defeats Papke San Francisco Stanley Ketchel ot Grand Rapids Mich regained the middleweight championship of the wortd Thursday when ho knocked out Billy Papke of Illinois in the ninth round of their fight here Lecontes Death Is Denied Washington J N Leger Haytlan minister Thursday received a cablo message from President Nord Alexis of Haytl denying roports that Minister of Interior Leconte had ocen killed by tho revolutionists F L 6 J DAWNr WHERE GUILTY OF ARSON IS SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR TWO TO 21 YEARS Verdict Is a CompromiseSeveral Ju rors Held Out Long for Life Sentence for Murder Laporte Ind Ray Lamphere charged with the murder of Mrs Belle Gunness and her three children by setting fire to the Gunness house April 28 was found guilty of arson Thursday evening by the jury which had the case since 530 oclock Wednesday evening Within five minutes after the ver diet was reported Judge Richter had sentenced the defendant to the state penitentiary at Michigan City for an Indeterminate term of from two to 21 years He will be taken to MIch- Igan City at once to begin his sen tenceAttorney Wordeu for the defense said that a motion for a new trial would be made and should it be refused an appeal to the Indiana su preme court would follow The In diana supreme court is two years be- hInd in its work and this case could not be reached until after Lamphere had served the minimum time of his sentenced The verdict was something of n compromise Several members of the jury It is understood held out long for murder in the first degreo with a life sentence So far as could be learned none was for hanging Lamphero Thursday night said that he was confident the dead body in the fire was Mrs Gunness regardless of what other people may think He reiterated his innocence of setting fire to the house though admitting that he was on the road and saw tho fire that night He also declared that he HelgelelnI have no complaint to make about prettyblueworse THREE NEGROES ARE LYNCHED Mob at Tlptonvllle Tenn Hangs Slayers of Officer Union City TennTho little town of Tlptonvllle bordering on Reelfoot lake which has been the scene of many stirring incidents the past month witnessed tho lynching late Tuesday afternoon of three negroes who were arrested in the morning for murdering Special Deputy Sheriff Richard Bur rus and fatally Wounding Deputy John HallThe negroes were Marshall Stine back Edward Stlneback and Jim Stine back These brothers created a disturbance at a religious meeting near Tip lonvllle Saturday night When the two officers attempted to arrest them a fight ensued In which the officers were shot Hannah Emil Angel Dies New York John It Platt the retired glass manufacturer who four years ago vainly sued Hannah Elms In the supreme court to recover 685385 money which he alleged he had spent on the negress since he became acquainted with her in 1896 died Thursday at the homo of his daugh ter here in his eightyninth year Kills Brother and Mother New York With aim so deadly that all five shots he fired took effect William Kallebrun of Jersey City Fri day night shot and killed his brother Leo and then his aged mother Mrs Victoria Kallebrun The tragedy took place in the apartments of Mrs Kalle brun in New York Kallebrun had come from Jersey City with a rriond Albert Trogunwyos to secure mosey from his brother Leo and the shoot- Ing resulted from fact that Leo would not give his brother money Kallebrun was arrested soon after the murder Kaiser Worried Into Illness Berlin Emperor Williams cold has passed off It is currently reported Rut he Is suffering from obstinate Insomnia brought on by worrying over recent events in Germany It is ru mored too that his defective ear which always becomes painful when he is run down is causing him great suffering His doctors have ordered him to take a complete rest It has s3n decided that he shall pj to Corfu tie Greek Island in the mama tea as soon as possible after the Christ mas festivities of the court at Prltic K ntfl t flnss r TOGA FOR CUMMINS AT LAST Iowa Governor Elected to Succeed Late W B Allison Des Moines IaGoy A B Cum mins became United States senator at 1220 Tuesday Cummins received 106 votes Porter Dem 35 Three Republicans did not vote He long a leader of the progressive Re publicans of Iowa was formally elect ed United States senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Sena tar William B Allison No suspicion has arisen of a bolt by the standpat members of the legislature which re Albert B Cummins convened in adjourned session at ton oclock Tuesday pledged to elect the man chosen by the people at the spij cial primary of the November election Gov Cummins addressed the joint session of the two houses immediately after his election Senator Cummins in a speech of less than 1200 words thanked both the Republican and Democratic memo bers of the legislature for the support they had given him during the seven years of his administration as Iowas governor Ho declared that In so far as ho was concerned bitter factionalism In Iowa is at an end Boat Sinks Hundred Drown Manila The coasting steamer Pont lag carrying a large number of labor ers from Narvacan to the rice fields In Pangaslnan province struck a rock and sank Friday night during a storm off the town of San Fernando in Union Province It is estimated that a hundred of the passengers and crew of tho Pouting were drowned The steamer Vigcaya rescued 65 Tornado Dead Number 21 roportsfromthough first reports of the num her killed in Mondays tornado were nxaegeratcd the property damage will be greater than expected Jourlenownjured Seventeen other deaths are re ported but namesiare not given Slayer of Husband Sentenced Vermllllon S DMrs Christiana Clark who was convicted of manslaughter In the second degree in the killing of her husband last August vas sentenced Friday to three yeas and ten months at hard labor No Dinner Suicide Cause Chicago Despondency over his In ThanksgivIngdInner have caused Stlllis Hagen 40 years old 797 North Fortyfirst avenue to InhalingPray for High Tariff pastorsthroughoutzinc mining district offered Thanks giving day prayers for a higher tariff on zinc ore Wellman Sues for Libel Paris Walter Wellraan has filed rectlflcatlonagalntt publIcationWellmans expedition to the north pole as an American bluff Heads InaugurationCommlt1e- eWashlngtonChalrman Hitchcock of the Republican national committee Tuesda announced the appointment of E J Stellwagcn as chairman of tho Inauzuial committee j A 7j HOST OF DISTINGUISHED MEN REPRESENT 30 DENOMINATIONS AND 15000000 COMMUNICANTS Federal Council of Churches of Amer ica Is To Meet at Philadelphia After Six Years Preparation Philadelphia Pa Nov toPour representIng15000000 communicants wilt assem ble in Philadelphia next Wednesday for the first meeting of the Federated Councilor the Churches of Christ in America The sessions will cover seven days from December 2 to 8 Preparations for this assembly have been going on for six years and too assembling of the council is regarded as one of the most significant of recent developments In the history of American churches As defined by the plan of tho Fed eration the objects of the federal coun cil will be to bring the Christian bod ies of America into united service for Christ and the world and to secura a larger combined Influence for the churches of Christ in all matters af fecting the moral and social conditions of the people so as to promote tho application of the law of Christ In every relation to human life The churches which have approved tho plan of federation and appointed delegates to the federal council are the Baptist churches Christian connection the Congregational churches Church of the Disciples Evangelical association Evangelical German synod Free Baptist church Society ot Friends Evangelical Lutheran churcn Mennonite church Methodist Episcopal church Methodist Episcopal church South Methodist Episcopal church African Methodist Episcopal Zion church African Methodist Proto estant church Moravian church Presbyterian church In the United States of America Presbyterian church in the United States Protestant Episco pal church Primitive Methodist church Reformed church in the Unit ed States Reformed Presbyterian church SeventhDay Baptists United Brethren United Evangelical church United Presbyterian church and tlie Welsh Presbyterian church Among the speakers at the meetings will be Rev Dr J Wilbur Chapman Rev Dr C Sparks Cadman of Brook lyn Robert E Epcer secretary of me Presbyterian board of foreign missions Rev Dr Charles L Goodell ot New York Roy Dr Arthur J Lloyd secretary of the Episcopal board ol missions and Bishop William S Bell FIVE LIVES LOST In Oklahoma and Northern Texas Floods Guthrie Oklo Nov 30Fiye per sons atc dead as the result of two days continuous rain and the overflow Of Oklahoma and Northcmx Texas rivers and t1bntarIe thousamls are1 homeless and hundreds of residences are flooded Railway traffic has prac tically been abandoned in Oklahoma and a bridge on the Mis- sourI Oklahoma Gulf road between Muskogee and Wagoner was washed away a ten minutes after a passenger train had crossed Sunday afternoon Incessant rains of four days have set the streams in Southern Missouri and Eastern Kansas on a rampage The lowlands are flooded and much destruction of property is reported The total loss Including damage to corn crops remaining in the fields will exceed 1000000 Yeggman Captured After Being Shot Beaumont Tex Nov 30Attrdrilling several nights on the big vault of the First National bank of Beau mont and nearing the coveted thou sands William Bretschneider was cap tured Sunday morning at daybreak after having been shot through the left forearm In a battle with officers Saturday Cashier J C Pondrew acct dentally discovered that the vault was being bored and notified Mayor Emmett Fletcher who placed the officers on watch Bretschneider ran a penny arcade and came here from Orange Tex Feared a Lynching Birmingham Ala Nov 30FolloW ing instructions of Gov Comer Sheriff Gewin of Hale county brought eight prisoners from Greensboro Ala to Birmingham Sunday morning to be held in the local Jail for safekeeping The prisoners all negroes are charged with the murder of former Sheriff Rob ert Drake Ran Into a Freight Wreck Pittsburg Pa Nov 30PassengerS Train No9 on the castle and Butler division of the Balti snore Ohio railroad was wr Ckedat Valencia 20 miles west of here One trainman Is missing Two passengers were seriously injured and a number of others badly shaken up The passenger ran into a freight wreck Easy For River Pirates Pittsburs Pa Nov 30The very ste1mlaunchesMonongahela and Allegheny rivers have made matters easy for river thieves working from light skiffs A Record Snow Denver Col Nov 30 Beginning Saturday night and continuing until late Sunday evening the eastern portion of Colorado was visited by one of the heaviest falls of snow ever expo rienced in this section Shot In Back of Head Chailestcn S C Nov lOAn as sassination shrouded in mystery tools liJiico at Barmvell when Perry Ussery WRS killed by a shot In the head while talking to a friend Warren 1101 land to whom he was talking was wounded To Consider Sugar Tariff Reduction Havana Nov OA meeting of the principal sugar planters was held at he headquarters of the Agrarian ieasue Sunday to consider the ques it n of the reduction of the United tales tariff cn Cuban sugar I r J J1iff J t kf5S cy ROUND ABOUT THE STATE What Is G01n on In DifferentdillJ ISections of HIS WAR GUN Found In Public Sale Purchase By Spanish Veteran Louisville KyIn a Springfield rifle which Clarence R Cralle a policeman bought at a sale recently for 195 he discovered the trusty which ho shouldered throughout the Porto Rico campaign- A local store bought a gunsmiths stock of Springflelds which they put on sale for 195 apiece Cralle told a relative who works at the store to pick him out a nice one She chose the shiniest When Cralle unpacked it hja stared at a notch on the barrel which looked familiar He found in an oIl note book that his war gun was No 191 678 A comparison of the numbers proved that he had bought the comrade of 1S98- EXPECTED TO PLEAD GUILTY Judge C E Booe Wll Probably Throw Himself on Mercy of the Court Frankfort It Is now practically cer ala that when Judge C E Dom late claim clerk In the auditors office comes to trial he will plead guilty and ask the mercy of the court The nigh est penalty tha can tie inflicted under three charges against him is 25 years flveyealSIthe attorneys Judge Polsgrove entered an order continuing the case He also agreed to let the bond remain at r000 The examining will be waived and Judge Booe will be held over to await action of the grand jury in Jan uary Justice Harlan Attends Services Frankfort KyJustice John M Harlan and his wife attended Thanks giving services at the First Presbyterian church and were entertained at dinner by Mrs W T Scott and Mrs William F Barrett Gov Willson anill Mrs Willson and other state were present The Thanksgiving serv ices recalled many memories to Jus tice Harlan for it was in this church that he met his wife who led the choir 45 years ago It was the first time the distinguished couple had attended this church in 40 years Official Figures Frankfort KyTho state election board after making an official canvass of the vote cast in the prcslden tlal election in Kentucky announced the following result Republican 235711 democrats 244092 prohibi tionists 5887 socialist 4060 social ist labor4Q4 peoples party 333 in dependence 20Q The total vote was 490687 The democratic plurality- was 8381 IGood Prospects for Crops Fmnkfort Despite the drought Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin is receiving reports from every sec tion of the state that tho farmers have splendid prospects for crops next ten tOll The recent rains have saved the wheat rye and barley sown during the drought The majority of farmers in this section rely upon rye for early grazing Russellvllle Kentucklans Ky NominatedI vention to nominate monwealths attorney for the Seventh judicial district met at the courthouse Judge W P Sandidge was renoml naled for judge and J R Mlllery Todd was nominated for commonwealths attorney Mr Thomas the retiring attorney has been elected congressman Verdicts In Hands of the Governor FrankfortTho verdicts of the courtmartial trials of members of the state guard charged with conduct urne1joverreports to ranking officers concluded the courtmartial Gov Willson wl1 announce the verdicts in a few days Contract Awarded oflChattanooga thenfOWjcapitol 74000 Booe Released on Bond Frankfort Ky Claim Clerk C E Boocof the state auditors department waived formal examination before j County Judge Polsgrove He was held to await the action of the grand jury under 5000 bond which was tarnished Hargls Taken To Irvine Beattyville KyThe sheriff and jailer of Brcathltt county passed through In charge of Beach Hargis son and slayer of Judge James Hargls on their It ay to Irvine where Hargis will be confined until his trial Left Big Estate Owensboro KyJ R Froeltck ofj Lewlsport Hancock county ecelved a message to the effect that his grand father 1 R Froelick of Chicago had died and left his entire estate valued at 67000 to him Two Barns and Residence Owen Two barns on tno farm of JuneQ Gayle burned Loss on buildings 5000 Insurance 1500 Loss on contents 3500 no Insurance The residence of Mike Brook was burned at sundown Losj 2000 no Insurance Trainman Was Crushed Iexlngton In the derailment of a freight train on the Lexington o lsti em railroad at Fincastlo WHsus Maya of Dundee was crushed to death rae derailment was caused by a broken aenge oc J MUST PROVIDE SAFEGUARDS y To Protect Employes Says KntuCkt High Court Frankfort Ky Holding that it IM the duty of corporations to throw cv Jcry safeguard around their employes j i fjuryare not established the corporations are liable for damages In cases of per sonal injury the court of appeals in t an opinion by Judge Hobson affirmed the Hart circuit court in the caseotfrthe L N Railroad Co against Louis P Schroeder an employe sustaining j a verdict of 12000 damages Schroeder lost a legs bad an arm paralyzed his spine curved and was otherwise injured by being struck by v a lever on a water tank and knocked v beneath a moving train on a side track This accident would not have occurred had the men In charge of thXvj train coming into the side track glvc1Iproper signalsI Si t4MUST PAY TAX u On Barns Destroyed By Night Riders7 at Amount of Insurance Frankfort KyFire Insurance polt3 des on property burned In August arfl assessable for taxation just the same as any other kind of property is the opinion of Attorney General Breathlt J He received a letter front County As JJ sesscr Roach of Galloway county stating that the night riders had burned JS several barns belonging to a citizen of Calloway county In the month offAugust but added that these barns iJhad been insured and the policies had T j not been listed for taxation He de taxablenn31helisted for taxation for just the amount HJ the policies called for SB Summoned For Inspection Louisville KyEvery socalled com missioned officer In the Kentucky State Guard arrived In Louisville for a state inspection by the board of in spectors Col Jonett Henry said that according to his belief not an ofllcerr In the entire nrilltia had a bona tide commission On examination Is dependent the awarding of commissions Those who pass will receive them from the governor at once Ended His LifeIOwlngsvllle Ky Charles Starrettj a farmer of Sherburne was his residence with a bullet hole Inhis head and pistol by his side HIs daughter testified at the Inquest that1 When he camo home and found her with her lover he became enraged and snapped a pistol at her four tfmdsjiii but It failed to discharge May Honor Hodgenville Hodgenvllle KyThis city mayL have as her guests President Roosevelt and Presidentelect Taft the dlstln gulshed visitors coming within twos months of each other on national ocHl casions Should this come to pass Itry will be an honor that was seldom b 4 fore accorded to any city or town IlL the United StatesS t Held Without Bail L Jackson KyIrs Amelia Allonvi charged with the murder of Mrs Fan1 rile Tutt and her husband Theodore Allen charged with 1gnn acces f sory to that murder were after iin examining trial remanded to Jail with cut ball to await action by the grand jury rM ShelbyMedaIMlsaig Frankfort KyThe gold medallloa presented to Gov Isaac Shelby by conrSj gross 70 years ago for bravery at tho1 batte of the Thames that has been IDIa vault of the state capitol for years has been stolen but when Is V not known It is valued at lqoO VI Engineer Scalded Lexington Edward Owens an en jgineer terribly scalded when InenrKino jumped the Chesapeake JM track and rolled down an embankment 3j at Ashland Junction was brought bore and is in the Good Samaritan hospital KB has a chance for recovery Is They Came Together Lexington Ky Cleve Smith of Jhi Jcity and James Chanler of Versailles came together The former had a revolver and the latter i knife Smith J emptied the gun at Cbanler and thekJ hit him over the head with it TaaLf was the only blood spilled ty in James A Hindman Dies fLouisville KrJames A lnd11ar representedjZUarren at the Confederate home at Pew eiValley near here He will be burIeiL at Glasgowi jjIpainter attempted su1cIdehere J a lbY drinking the contents of an ounc of carbolic acid A doctor adfministered an antidote While he iaIA In bad shape It is believed he will re cover ti No Pardons Granted Frankfort KyNo prisoner waJK pardoned from the penitentiaries oft the state OIl ThanksgIving Gov WUl son Is so entertaining Justice jIJudge Williams Sworn In Cpvlnstcn Judsa Richard G Will lams received his commission as com iienwcalth attorney for the Sixteenth Judicial district of Kentuckyfrom- Gov A E Willson and was Imrnej diately sworn in by Judge W Mcii Shaw 1 IBlew Off His Hand Kyln lifting a shotgun from a buggy Roland W Franklin 162 son Commonwealths Attorney RJFranklin placed his right nand over the muzzle of his gun which was dttg charged blowing his hand off rv j tJIT D r1JI 7 lrA zr7ruy JvL F j mzcvzr ws Yuw SYNOPSIS Giles Dudley arrived In San Francisco I to Join his cnd and distant relntlveIhoney Wilton whom he was an important and mysterious task and who accompanied Dudley on tho terry trip Into the city Tho renmrkablo resemblance of the two men Is noted and commented on by passen gers on the ferry They see a man with snake eyes which sends n thrill through Dudley Wilton postpones nn explanation perqt know It Is one of no ordinary meaning Dudley Is summoned to tho morgue and 5 rinds the dead body or his friend a Henry Wilton And thus Wilton dies without ever explaining to Dudley the JI puzzling work he was to In San Francisco In order to discover tho lie t cret mission his friend lad entrusted to him Dudley continues his disguise and permits himself to be known as Henry Wilton Ho learns that there Is a boy whom he Is charged with secreting antI I protecting Dudley mistaken for Wit ton Is employed by Knapp to assist In a stock brotttrago deal Giles Dudley flnds himself closeted In a room witlIMother Bortan who makes a confidant- of him He can learn nothing about the mysterious boy further than that It Is 4 Tim Terrill and who are Darbroleekerafter Mm home of I Knap and is stricken by the beauty of LueUa his daughter Slumming tour through Chinatown Is planned The trip to Chinatown Giles Dudley learns that th party Is being shadowed by TcrrlllIand are cut imprisonIa an door Three Chinese ruffians approach the Imprisoned couple A battle ensues One Is down Giles begins firing Tim Terrlll Is seen In tho mob A newly form- fd mob is checked by shots from Giles c revolver Policeman Corson breaks down tho door with an ax and the couple Is ii rescued Luella thanks Giles Dudley for thetnights debauch Following his instruc I t tlonll Dudley has a notable da In the Stock Exchange selling Crown Diamond and buying Omega tho object being to crush Decker Knapps hated rival Dud TI Icy discovers that he loves Luella Knapp Mother Borton tells Giles Dudley that t theyve discovered where tho boy Is The mysterious unknown woman employ er of Dudley meets him by appointment b with the boy who Is turned over t Dudley with his guards and they drtv with him to the ferry boat to tak a tra r out ot the city Dudley and his lthtuJ guards convey tho boy by train to theq village of Livermore as tho written Instructions The party Is followed Soon I after the party Is quartered In the hotel a special train arrives In Livermore The gang Including Darby Meeker and Tim Terrlll lay siege to the hotel and en r deavor to capture the boy who comes forward to see the fignt Tricked again cries Tim Terrlll when ho sees the youngsters face Ifs the wrong 7 boy Dudley and Terrill meet In battle of man to man Dudley Is knocked un conscious by TenIlls assistant and a awakes to find Ittmself In a hotel room under care of his guards The hotel Is guarded by TerriHs men who are In structed to kill the first man who tries to escape Dudley gives the note to the one- eyed man boy Is left behind and Dudley and his remaining guards make their escape by horseback and by steal Inga locomotive Doddridge Knapp amI Decker meet face to face on the stock exchange Decker Is defeated Dudley nnd Knapp prevent a coup to control the directors and declare Knappn stock In valid Mother Borton Is mortally wound ed and dies before she can tell Dudley the secret of his strange mission tT V CHAPTER XXVI Continued li the matter of description the t 4neiny had the advantage slight as it A Was vtt Third roadcockeyed barn Iron f cow and the confused Jumble of drunken letters and figures that Hen ry haft written I could make nothing of these From Brfollow 13 m Take third road3 or5wthis was at least halflntelligibie Then it came to me like a blow was this the mysterious key that the Unknown had demanded of me in her letter of this morning I was roused k from my reverie of fears by confused f aprang1iasflIrthat the forces of the enemy were 6tHere he is theyve found him cried an excited voice Yes sir here becomes It was truly the stalwart guard but two days had made a sad change In him With head bound in a bloody j rag and face of a waxy yellow hue he itaggered limply out of one of the rear rooms between Corson and OwensI uponIa few alps of whisky and a fresh band I age began to look like a more hopeful case Nowwe must get out of here I at tTaketurnsby twos In helping Barkhouse We hat better not risk 0 staying hereh e Right said Corson and now well just take these three beauties alongito the station I The men swore at this but as their t hands were bound behind them and I L Carson walked with his club In one theyrmI took up the march tat command and the rest of ua slowly followed 5 m f CHAPTEK1XXVIII l The Chase In the Storm I GZ j When we reached the entrance to cmr quarters on Montgomery street- S vf the rain had oncemore begun to tall 7 sestly now but the gusts of damp t if wind from the south promised more 1 a dvworse to follow t IrtAmessage for you Mr Wilton St 4 Mid a voice suddenly trots the recess I l the doorway a f Give It to me I said 11 if A slip of paper was thrust Into my s f1OoohBiiaad I passed up the stairs e i Ill walt for you said the mes i v conger and at the flrst gas jet that I f burned at the head of the stairs I stopped to read the address rJV It was in the hand of the Unknown 0 and my fatigue and Indifference were or a 1 gone la a moment I trembled as I p tore open the envelope and read Follow the bearer of this note at rtrmealone and armed It la Tberu was no signature I V If U aueant anything It meant that andpert fcapsty search the heart ot the mys tI1 tory t hail been heavy with fatigue r aM drowsy with want of sleep but at r tills tliouss It the energies of life were J eacar tiah within me Tue bad waited a minute for I e 1I earti1d the note it 1ao to rooms and get some I t tI V rest l Ia1dIluacalled away Trent t i will be in charge and I will send wont f P If lfe kin If 7 need any of you V t 1 ii f Tfcnj io ecattlJa blank protest T vFv r 4 J 6 I e j t1 X II i vVfJt 3 Nfatf vKl1ia J TJ 1 r r S t c J tt rI t 1 1 T rnITflIIEID 55nnJWLZ Youre not going alone sir cried Owens in a tone of alarm Oh no But I shall not need a guard I hoped heartily that I did not Tho men shook their heads doubtfully and I continued Corson will be down from the Central station in 15 or 20 minutes Just tell him Ive been sent for nnd to come tomorrow If ho can make It In his way And bidding them good night I ran hastily down tho stairs before any of the men could frame his protest into words Are you ready sir asked tho mes sengerIt close on halfpast twelve I answered Where Is she Its not far away Did my guide evasively I understood the danger of speech nnd did not press for an answer Wo plunge down Montgomery street in the teeth of tho wind that dashed the spray In our faces at ono moment lulled an Instant the better to deceive the unwary and then leaped nt us from behind corners with the Impetuous rush of some great animal that turned to vapor as It reached us The street was dark except for the newspaper ofllccs which glowed bright with lights on both sides of the 1J577E ATLA5 7K4rL45zway busy with the only signs of life that the storm and the midnight hour had left With the lighted buildings behind us we turned down California street Halfway down the block in front of the Merchants Exchange stood a hack At the sight my heart beat fast and my breath came quick As we neared the hack my guide gave a short suppressed whistle and passing before me flung open the door to the vehicle and motioned me to enter I had gone too far to retreat and stepped Into the hack Instead of following the guide closed the door gently I heard him mount the eatwith the driver and In a moment we were In motion Was I alone I had expected to find the Unknown but the dark Interior gaye no sign of a companion A slight movement madame certain that some one sat in the father corner of the carriage The situation became a lit tle embarrassing Was It my place to speak first I wondered At last I could endure the silence no longer Quite an unpleasant evening I remarked politely There was a rustle of movement the sound of a short gasp and a soft mournful voice broke on my ear Mr Dudley can you forgive me The astonishment I felt to hear m- own name once morethe name that seemed now to belong to a former state of existence was swallowed up as the magnetic tones carried their revelation to my mind I was stricken dumb for a moment at the discovery they had brought Then I gasped Mrs Knapp Yes Mrs Knapp she said with a mournful laugh Did you never sus pectI was lost In wonder and confusion and even yet could not understand What brings you out in this storm I asked completely mystified I though I was to meet another per son Indeed said Mrs Knapp with a spark of animation Well I am the lather person You I exclaimed at InstAre- Iyouth protector of the boy Tho employer Then I stopped the tan gle In mind to straighten out I am she said Mrs Knapp gently Then1 I cried who Is he what Is to what is the whole dreadful affair nbout and what JMrs Knipp Interrupted mo 4 ti J J C X i titL ti i 1 Tti ti Tl1ik F u i q Frrst tell wo wnat Has become of Henry Wiltln she said with sor row in her voice Tim dreadful scene in the alley flashed before my mind lie Is dead Dead And how Murdered I feared soI was certain or he would have let mo know You have much to tell me But first did he leave no papers in your hands I brought out the slip that bore tho blind diagram nnd the blinder de scription that accompanied it Noth- Ing could be made of it In tho dark ness so I described it as well as I couldWo are on tho light track said Mrs Knapp Oh why didnt I have that yesterday But here wo are at the wharf My guide was before us and wo followed him down the pier struggling against the gusts Do wo cross the bay I asked as Mrs Knapp clung to my arm Its not safe for you in a small boat Theres a tug waiting for us Mrs Knapp explained A moment later we saw its lights and the fire of its engine room shot a cheerful glow into the storm The little vessel swung uneasily at Its berth ns wo made our way aboard and with shouts of men and clang of bells It was soon tossing on tho dark waters of the bay The cabin of the tug was fitted with a shelftable and over it swung a lamp of brass that gavp a dim light to the little room Mrs Knapp seated herself here spread out the paper I had given her and studied the diagram and the Jumble of letters with anxious attentionIt the same she said at last in part at least The same ns what I asked As the ono I got word of tonight you know she replied But she continued this glvns a 5I1e beginning different place I was to go to tho crossroad hero indicating the mark at the last branch Im glad to hear that said I task ing out the diagram I had found In the citadel of the enemy This seems to point to a different place too and I really hope that the gentleman who drew this map is a good way offfrM the truth Were did you get this ex claimed Mrs Knapp I described the circumstances In as few words as I could command Fine of Sarcophagi Were Found by Rev P Dellattre Among the most recent finds which havo been made at Carthage by the Rev P Delattrc are a number of sarcophagi which present a great In terest In many of these says the Scientific American the top cover Is sculptured In relief with a figure of life size carved out of marble and painted Jn many colors One very fine specimen was found in the necropolis at a depth of 25 feet On tho cover Is a figure of a woman executed In tho Greek style with a long garment reaching tho ankles and a veil cover- Ing the head Great technical skill Is shown in treating tho different tie sues The nosh parts are well pol Ished and the eyes are painted giv ing a lifelike aspect The hair Is gilded Inside the sarcophagus were found the remains of tho person with some bronze objects A Eecond sarcophagus was that of a person sup posed to be a priest The sculptured figure has abundant hair and a curling beard It wears a long robe with short sleeve Hero also the eyes are painted and are very expressive Among the remains are a massive gold ring with a portrait similar to i i T Dzij r They are ahead of us she saId In have started first I suppose was my suggestion And they have the right road Then our only hope Is that they may not know the right place God grant it said Mrs Knapp She was silent for a few minutes and I saw that her eyes were filled with tears Then she said Now tell me about Henry Wiltonhow ho died and whenI thin tale nst had happened and as I told it I read in the face be tore me the varying emotions of alarm horror and grief that were stirred by Its Incidents Dut one thing I could not tell her The wolfface I had seen In the lantern flash In the alley I could not name nor describe to the wife of Doddrldge Knapp Mrs Knapp bowed her head In deep gloomy thought I feared It yet he would not listen to my warnings she murmured Ho would work his own way Then she looked me suddenly straight In the faceAnd why did you take his place his name Why did you try to do his work when you had seen the dreadful end to which It had brought him- I confessed that It was half through the Insistence of Detective Coogan that I was Henry Wilton half through the course of events that seemed to make It the easiest road to reach the vengeance that I had vowed to bring the murderer of my friend You are bent on avenging him asked Mrs Knapp thoughtfully- I have promised It I have marveled at you said Mrs Knapp after a pause I marvel at you yet You have carried off your part well Not well enough It seems to de ceive you I said a little bitterly You should not have expected to deceive me said Mrs Knapp But you can imagine the shock I had when I saw that It was not Henry Wilton who had come among us that first night when I called you from Mr Knapps room You certainly succeeded In con coaling any surprise you may have felt I said You are a better actor than Mrs Knapp smiled It was more than surpriseIt was consternation she said I had been anxious at receiving no word from Henry I suppose you got my notes And when I saw you I was torn with doubts wondering whether anything had happened to Henry- I didntsuppose I was quito so poor an imposter I said apologetically with a qualm at the word Though I did get some hint of it I added with a painful recollection of the candid statement of opinion I had received from the daughter of the house Oh you did very well said Mrs Knapp kindly but no one could have been successful In that house Luella was quite outraged over It but I managed to quiet her- I hope Miss Knepp has not retained the unfavorable Impressions of rer I stsmnitred In muck can us ion Mrs Knapp gave me a keen glance You know she has not she said Well continued Mrs Knapp when I saw you and guessed that something had happened to Henry Wilton anti found that you knew little of what was going on I changed the plan of campaign I did not know that you were one to be trusted but I saw that you could be used to keep the others on a false scent for you deceived everybody but us I would have spoken when I foun you for what you are said Mrs Knapp but I thought until the Liver more trip that you could serve me best as you were dolng It was blind work I said It was blind enough for you not for me I was deceived In one thing however I thought that you had no papers nothing from Henry that could help or hurt The first night you came to us I had Henrys room thoroughly searched Oh I was Indebted to you fpr that attention I exclaimed I gave our friends of the other house the credit Mrs Knapp smiled again I thought It necessary It was the chance that you did not sleep there that night that kept this paper out ol my hands weeks ago- I have always kept It with me said TO BE CONTINUED Seen at Carthage Museum Specimens dngslI a long tunic of fine wool of a pinkish hue with a glided belt passing under the breast Tht lower part of the body is enveloped in what appears be two great vultures wings according to the Egyptian style The whole figure bears traces of painting and gliding As to the remains they art imbedded in a resinous matter a it often seen M Delattre examined the specimens carefully to observe the painting before they came up to daylight as the colors faded almost at once and he found the color and gild Ing to be quite brilliant both on the figures and on the moldings of the sarcophagi These specimens form an important addition to the Carthage museumNcver Go Empty Handed That is what mother used to say tome many times when I was a child It 1 was going upstairs I must look about me and see If there wasnt some thing downstairs that belonged up stairs that I could carry up and put into Us place and so on from one part of the house to another She always said It would be a crfftt help in ones housekeeping and IAV3 lots of unnecessary stops If peopli would jut reinnmber that llttlp r and al hough i fall IP many ways toPAC tlco all the good things she tbaght ue I very often find myself saying to thj Children as they help about the bousu navflr w empty t Med tl1i PAIR OF MYSTERIES SOLVED Mr MacSwIlllger Now Know the Fate of Old Trunks and Suit Cases I used to wonder said Mr Mac SwIlllger what became of all the old leather trunks and suit cases and handbags and that sort of thing Of course they must wear out and be thrown away but you never paw an old leather trunk on the rubbish carts of the street cleaning department did youI never lid never and still they must go somewhere and I wondered where Now I know or I think I know They go into meat pies and the stews and things that you get in boarding houses I used to wonder putIntonow I know They buy these old leather trunks and cut em up Into suitable sized chunks and make this leather beef up into meat pies It is true that I never yet found In a boarding house meat pie or beef stew a trunk lock or a piece of a hinge or any rivets or corner clamps or other trunk hardware but It isnt thingsInof things that we may not be able to get any actual proof of that we know just the same are true and this is one of them I may not find any buckles or keys or casters In my meat pje but I dont have to I know what the meat In the pie is made of well enough to satisfy mo and this is to me a great in fact n louble satisfaction I know now where the boarding house keepers get the meat for these pies and I know nlso what becomes of the old hand bags suit case and leather trunks PLAN GREAT WARSHIP CANAL Built Would Link North Sea with the Atlantic Of all the schemes put forward to help the unemployed one of the most alluring Is the proposal by the Glasgow corporation to construct at a cost of 80000000 a great battleship canal between the Forth and the Clyde and thus to link up the forth sea with the Atlantic A modest canal joining the Fo1 and the Clyde already exists and l formed In the midVictorian period one of the Wonders of the British Isles It Is 45 miles long with a rise of 155 feet When the railways began to dominate the country It was prophesied that no buttheways pay ships to have their passage shortened and since that prophecy was made many ship canals have come into existence Although the ancients knew the onthewas not discovered till the fourteenth century To this day the dispute has never been settled as to which coun try Italy or Holland Is entitled to the credit of the Intention The oldest canal In England was FossdykTorkseyDeepened t U was allowed to decay until 1840 whn the Edinburgh Stevensons both widened and deepened It Seeking Information To Join the society of psychic research answered the candidate ito showWashington Whither away asked the campaign manager More Human Nature Then 17 mothers in the village byballotbaby Well who wont It Each kid got one roteJudge The Wetland Canal The Welland canal which connects Lake Erie and Lake Ontario is 27 miles long It was begun In 1824 and completed In 1833 Its original dimen elena have been greatly enlarged and there is now a depth of 14 feet GettingThere In the world to satisfy the greed of the mere money getter and those who pursue riches for the sole purpose of person al enjoyment will rover fully attain their ambition But in the hands of those who devote It to Its proper uses money affords a limitless field for hap piness Kansas City Journal Not a Lover of the Sea Samuel Johnson Being iria ship Is being hia jail with the chance of be ing drowned MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nor 27 CATTLEExtra 510 0 5 25 CALVESExtra 50 7 00 HOGS Choice C 85 5 90 SHEEPExtra 3 3 C5 LAMBSSpring ifil 5 50 00lCORNNo2 mixed l 64 OATSNo 2 mixed 52 RYENo2 choice 78 SO HAY eh timothy 12 50 13 00 BUTTER Dairy 18 EGGSPer doz 32 APPLESChoice 2 75 0 3 2R POTATOES Per brl 240 2 60 TOBACCO Burley 800 23 60 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 103 CORNNo 2 mixed 63 OATSNo2 mixed 52 PORK Prime mcss14 7514 87 LARDPrime 9 10 SEW yoitic FLOURWin patent 4 25 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 14 CORNNo 2 mixed 7- GOATSNo2 mixed C3 54 PORK Prime mess18 00 19 00 LARDSteam 9 9 70 BALTIMOUC WHEAT No 2 red 104 WHEAT No 2 red 1 07I CORNNo 2 mixed 70 71 intnsviux WHEAT No 2 red 1 04 7711OATSNqHAY Ch timothy 12 50 13 00 HOGSExtra 5 00 6 00 LARD Steam 0 8 00 i1tDIAtAroTiL CATTLE Prime 575 0 7 00 HOGSExtra 5 00 Q t 40 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 25 i ll t pjI r i L ti d i 4Mw4fiei Iltritmusl k r ent l Blotting Pad with Fancy Corners Some sheets of white blotting paper laid on a piece of heavy cardboard cov ered with brlghtcolored wall paper or cretonne make a pretty blotter Corners of the double paper or cretonne keep the blotting paper In place Paper Owls Comical paper owls are made o- f11n brown tissue paper crinkled by numberIat each end Cut one end In a point for the tail Leave the other end wide and square for the head Sew shoe buttons en circles of yellow cloth out lined with black for eyes Attach the owls tOll twig Made In three sizes it birds look like a little fam SPOILED BY A COOK CHRISTMAS EXPERIENCE IN A WOMENS BOARDING HOUSE How a Famished Tableful Had to Walt for Their Turkey Until the Bel ligerent Female Could Be Coaxed from the Room My most unpleasant and yet most comical experience of Christmaskeep- Ing said the concert singer dates back to the time when I lived for economys sake In a home for working women The cook we had was a good one and so when Christmas day came we all felt assured that at one oclock we should have our orthodox turkey andplumpudding dinner But one bottle of whisky smug gled Into a Christian kitchen will upset the expectations of 30 hungry boarders Just how many drinks the cook had that morning I cannot say but when dinner time came she was belligerently drunk The turkey was as well roasted as though she had been sober but what was that to the boarders In general when she stood over It carvingknife in band declar- Ing that pot a soul in that diningroom should have a mouthful of Itbutmamma and myself Vainly did the matron threaten and entreat The determined cook was not to be disarmed Mamma and I were bountifully helped but the others sat and waited wondering what would be the outcome of the trouble Finally Iho defeated matron came out of the kitchen and with tears in her voice said to mo I can do nothing with her Will you go In and see what you can do And so I went in and in my most affable manner invited intoxicated Bridget to sit down and have a friend ly cup of tea with myself She com plied though with an eye still on the turkey After we had had our tea by exerting all of my arts and wiles I per suaded her to go up stairs and to bed It was not until she was safely1 out of the kitchen that dinner was served to the other boarders Of course the next day there was a bad quarter of an hour for that cook one that ended with her getting her duds together and skipping Many in fact all of us were ready to plead for her knowing that she could not easily be replaced but the matron was adamant protesting that in her experience with tho creature she had already forgiven her until seventy times seven ard she wasnt going to forgive her again And I heard afterward that lt was really a year or more before the woman was taken back again Into that kitchen Naturally it was easier for the other boarders who you may be sure resented that In was Ion of their wit tles to forgive the cook than to make friends with mamma and me and from that time on we were the most unpop r ily An effect of plumage Is gained by using dark water colors markingIall over the body Jewel Cabinet 1 An ingenious little article is a jewel basket made of a square box fitted with pill box drawers each having a 1 passe partout ring for a handle It Is 4y covered with pink or blue silk and Is a rdainty accessory for a dressing tableI 1 SnapShot Album This is made of heavy gray papers Jwith covers of gray cardboard or a soft leather It may be ornamentedrI with any suitable quotation f IBox for Ball of Twine y Twine holders are circular boxes covered with leather or linen in deer colors Little match boxes that are very charming for mens tables are milo of the ordinary match boxes that corns by the dozen Hha piece ot 1 4 stiffened velvet and a little gold paint f along the edges folded about it and J1T glued In place to represent a little X tvelvet book 41r nw itbeeu44aboutof her kitchen head was too much fol P the matrons magnanimity and as she Jmanaged the lady managers of that iInstitution it was not long before we toolnourcullnary friends lan iigiiage had to get our duds together and skip TOP STAR FOR THE CHRISTMAS I TREE Cut out of a piece of cardboard the form of a flvepointrd star five Inches long Cover with gold leaf or silver leaf For the rays of light take about 15 broom straws dip them In gold or sliver paint and paste them back of the star In bunches of three Take a piece of writing paper roll it into a stiff roll fasten one end toa twig and paste the other end at the backot the star The star may then bear i ranged at the top of the tree Doing Up the Gifts y A new way of doing up gifts which i till please all and particularly de lgut the children is to use white tie sue paper for wrappers and instead r If tying with ribbon fasten the paper i n place by using snail seals over the edges where they are folded down The seals come specially for the pur 2oae and are decorated with tiny sprays of holly If you are sending Toff a Christmas box put a layer of white tissue paper or white cotton on top of the packages and over tbg sprigs of holly or mistletoe f J a rr r 10 l t OWINGSYILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postoflice as secondclass matter TIlE OUTLOOKS subscription rates arc as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three monthsThirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any j body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change o of address should give previous address when writing- Correspondents should i get their items to us not late than Monday if possible who out of stationery mention it on a Iseparate slip of paper News matter of general inter J cst is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in 1 sertedAdvertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad inform us the week previous Jpublication day t Address all communications t iJOliN W HONAKER Owingsville a l THURSDAY DEC 3 1908 t NOTWITHSTANDING that Mrs Gunness was an undesirable citi zen whose removal was a boon to v the world the jury at Laporte Ind trying Roy Lamphere o charge of causing the death of Mrs Gunness herthildren found him guilty and gave him twentyone years in prison r x THERE is said to be a movement on foot among the county boards of control of the Burley Tobacco Society to make President Clar ence LeBus a Republican an in dependent candidate for Govern sorof Kentucky next term Three years is a long way off and things are liable to happen meanwhile IF the next Congress undertakes genuine tariff reform of the RooseveltTaft kind there T will be something Joing on the It r part of the sndpattcrs If the I Republican leaders were not so J rf smart there would be grave dan r ger of a split of the Republican party but the Democrats art likely to Bold the record in tha 1 J f respect for d long time yet v CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get the items to us Monday if they ex yl pect them to be printed And please remember that visits be- tweehw neighbors are not news Sudlth Had a good rain the past week f It is said that mad dogs are nu 4 merous about here lA very large wolf has been i tseen on Skidmore Menifee Co Claude Crouch has pneumonia Miss Martha Pergrem is fr of her illness James Crouch and Mrs Kate t Yarbrough of Yale visited t Claude Crouch last week R M Crouch who had his leg t rbroken last week is improving j+ Odessa Robert Barr of Nicholas counIiI ty visited John T Gudgell one night last week il L Crouch sold Frank jxjjair of mules for 175 I yearHugfor 135 v W S Anderson went to Lin coIn county last week t John S Anderson is gradually t growing weaker and realizes that i1 once strong nerve is giving way Several who killed hogs last week and week before are nowJalarmed Some have taken l i bones out and found the mea Jl beginning to sour r I + f Upper Prlckly Ash J c The sick are all betterIDean Carrand sister Miss Mary tt Lou Of near Mt Sterling visited relatives here from Monday till 1 Friday of last weeks J i Coburn Hamilton was called to i Montgomery county Sunday to Eraot Thos H Carr and Mr Brumi r r gem of near Mt Sterling visit y ed here Friday and Saturday tobacJii l ling at 14c per pound f Riley Chandler sold 17 acres of- tt land recently belonging to Stan 1R i ton Hamilton to John Jones for 11100 t John Doyle is erec ing a house itforWm Evermanon a part of theJpiesClarkfartuhe bought i jt1 tdff n4 t t 1VVii t f ii rJ J 1 n t 4i jta i t f i f iri t t i I arb Jtrr1 1 ti ij i t 0 rJ Bdthol George Harper and family of Paris visited W n Whaley and family last week Sterlingisitelast week Mrs T L Peters Misses LFmlI sHazehiggandSusie Clinkeiil ard attended a masquerade part giv on by Miss Mona Lee Peters nearIFlemtrgsUarg lastT h u r s night T S Robertson and vis ited Mrs Ruth Dodswortil atI Cincinnati last week I1Iules are in good demand and have changed hands atIgood prices J R Peters and wife went to Lexington Friday sOwingsville ih F D 3 llacerallace Wright has been at tending the bedside of his son Lewis near Grange City who is very sick Mrs TT Rawlings of Col fax visited her parents G W Barber and wife Sunday Espy and Earl Barber who ar Normati their parents here 0Jas Lyons of Sharpsburg was here Friday Mrs J M Moore and nice Miss Eflie Barber visited friend- at Ringos Mill and Hillsboro last week Frank Buttonof Morehead has returned home after spending a few days with friends here onf John Rawlings and family vis ited relatives at Grange City Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Clark Thompson of Ringos Mill visited Mrs Ev erett Barber who has been sick but is better Stepstone Misses Lillie and Sudie Wil limns of Peeled Oak are visiting their cousins the Misses Thomp son on Stepstone Miss Setta Carmichael left Mon day for her home at McCauley after a twoWeeks visit with her cousin Miss Myrtle Carmichael Charlie Payne and bride visited Virgil Monjoy and wife sev eral days last week Miss Artie Ra an visited Miss Owingsvillet Lewis Messer of Ashland Was here Sunday f We are having a good Sunday fixingrmas tree Mrs Mary Sexton of Craigs is visiting her daughter Mrs J E Carmichael who is nq better of her illness Leslie the 14yearold son of Anderson Bailey of color went to jump on the train his foot slipped and threw him under the limbsHeCrooks carr to nati Wednesday KBorn to Will Ross and wife OVA23n daughter Mrs Will Satterfield and chil dren visited relatives in Owings ville Friday and Saturday Wilson Hendrix shipped a carload each of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Bob Overbeyof Olympia BensTurner Stull was badly hurt beingncoming from Bit Sterling Dr B Frank Wells of Craigs was here last Week visiting his brother Zack Miss Mary Pendleton of Salt Lick yisited her sister Mrs Wes Blevins several days last week John Caudill and wifeof Montgomery county Visited Perry andtSlate Valley Very warm windy threaten hogkillingHenry Tincher bought a lot of perheadWm Toy has rented a farm AndyManley1st of March Mrs Dick Manley was the guest of Mrs Wm Traylor oho day last weekJohn Staten and wife of Olympia were guests ofMrs StaI tons sister Mrs Melissa Snede garSaturday night Mrs Snedj egar and Mr Staton and wife were guests of Newton Shrout and wife Sunday Mrs Richard Manley and chil dren of Craigs were priests of Chris Garner and family the pastJ week 5 i1 t t L1f i J i rn r iit I 1 PrickIidaughter Mrs Dee Rudder one day last weekjJack and wife of near WVI SlmitziIPebblu Jas Wood and are on the sick list IWe have had some very war s lately with light showers A C Hendrix bought 10 steers at 21 per head commitII CoronerIc was about forty years of age an girlsI souri On Friday morning at 9 the death angel came and took from this earthly home Willie T Woodard son of Joel Voodard haetwo years and had gone to Colorado thinking it would benefit h i health though to no avail Ev erything was done that loving hands could do He leaves a wid ow one son and a host of friends iisi at Stoops Up to Monday noon the rninI had failed to make a supply of stock waterIThose who had been holding pooled tobacco in their barns rushed it to the various houses last week wareI James little son of Groves is seriously ill He will taken to the hospital to undergo operationJos and wife of Bour bon county visited the family of Squire John Trimble last week H C Ficlin lost by death 200horseThomas N Coons and wife North Middletown spent ofI giving with relatives here James Rogers moved Saturday- to Flat Creek Oda Orme moved to the house vacated by Rogers J J Marks many friends i Montgomery county are sorry to hear of his serious illness The knowit aIls who pre dieted that the tobacco pool could not last buta few hours are now listening to a different tune Its a mighty poor instru ment that wont play two differ ent tunes WillimoveRichard Mallory formerly of iIIjatt 15000 shots were fired and it required ten wagons to remove not the gamebut the empty shells off the bluegrass pastures Robert Williams of Owings ville was here last weekl Miss OlvmplaI visited Miss Ethel Swarts Thanksgiving day llucklowlWestmove his mother and sisters to West Virginia E M Swarts of Georgetown Ill is spending a few days his parents George Swarts an wife sitinglherat Straight Creek Kv and will go from thereto Darby ville Va to visit another daughter Mrs Kate Gaylor Mace Stephens and sister Kate and their cousin Mr See all of Howards Mill were here Thurs day Mrs Effie Roberts has moved to Adens Springs Misses Melissa Glida and Iva Reynolds of Sees were guests- f Iiss Nanjiie Fowler Thursday Mr and Mrs Tom Miller have removed to Carter county Miss Anna Shultz is some betJ ter of her eye trouble Mrs M T Case and sister Helt FrenchbUrgjlast iting in Sharpsburg The Sharps burg boys had better watch him Joe Hash has moved back from Illinois to make Old Kentucky his home visitingher AshlandoElder Carpenter preached his farewell sermon here Saturday night It waa masterly effort The good peole of Olympia are truly sorry ve him up He yearhere j f ft X i j r t 1 J J Ii a eurra and been of much help to the community We hardly know where to find one to fill his place We hope however he will cal Ion us whenever he can make convenient and not forget of friendsOlympia is It once more The entertainment passed off nicely Thanksgiving night and our excellent teacher and those fulmWhen 5 to make anything a success suc cess is assured Many thanks to those who contributed to its sue extendsIprevailed Miss Minnie Jackson of Ow ingsville was the guest of friends here Saturday night and Sunday Salt Lick 11Lafe Harris came down flom Tuesday to visitrthe family of J T Evans fkri home Prof A L Stone made a fly ing trip to Cincinnati Tuesday Miss Maude Otis went to Mt Sterling Monday 5Mrs Joe Page of Lexington visited the family of Mrs tiii Dickers Richard Jones and family have moved back to their farm near Licking Union John Craig sold his horse and dray wagon to Robert L Myers for 90 jhs Vault and Mrs Kerry of- Frankfort are visiting the fami lies of Boone North W R Ste phens and Isaac Shouse Evans of IHenry attend the burial of his Milton Evans Aunt Lillie Shouse met with a painfulaccident by falling one day last week James Casey and John Colliver went to Ezel to take a hunt on Thanksgiving LWm Clayton will leave for Texas the first of December to locateMiss Eva McKinivan went t spendThanksgiving The supper given the Grad ed School Thursday night for the quitne John Craig contemplates to Ashland soon to make his goingI Little Christine grandr mother Mrs BSteSjthis week Born to the wifeof Sam Jones Nov 26 a 10lb boy HillsboroII MiltonjEvans o the last until God called her to the sweet home in Heaven Sh leaves a husband and a host o friends to mourn their loss She was laid to rest in the Krin graveyard She was 50 years o everybodys had a kind word and a sweetsmile for all TOBACCO GROWERS NOTICE lU081Vremaining in the 1906 pool and the entire 1907 pool The 1906 tobacco has been sold at the orig inal graded prices and the 18U7 averdage per We congratulate you on thisuc strugfin the face of good report and evil report through weary months of waiting and hardship are the men who won the victory r The purchasers are ready to re ceive this tobacco as rapidly as possible and we ask you to ren der us all assistance you can by completing your prizing and sending in your type samples with a much promptness as possible We desire to warn you against transferring your tobacco certifi cates to speculators not because are selling property which has already been sold and thus violating the laws of our Commonwealth and laying yourselves liable to heavy penalties but because you deserve the entireprofits of this transaction and because in a very snort time your money will be paid you Pay no attention to those who tell you you will have a long time to wait for the distribution will be rapid and prompt An order has been passed for the immediate distribution of 8 per cent of the 10 percent reserve fund now on hand and the money from the sale will follow close n the delivery of your tobaccoE- XECUTIVE BOARD BURLEY To- BACCO SOCIETY The oldest living thing is said I to be a cypress tree standing reputedto i J CE JT j J v r ay01OaIQ Im ADVERTISED LETTERS Let tors addressed to the following remained uncalled for in the Owl ingsvile postoffice Dec 1 1908 pleasoIIDr G L Barr H P Shrout Snedegar Davis The Democrat Mrs Margaret Knox Arvil Howard LA BARNES P M HAD EYE REMOVED Jim Jackson Thompson of color went to Lexington last weekand had one of his eyes removed He had been sent to the town rock PowerImer struck him on the eyelid and penetrated through the lid into the eyeball destroying the sight and necessitating the removal of the eyeball SAUNDERSONSCOTT 01 i vbr Saunderson and Miss Elizabeth- t Boyd Scott were licensed to wed and it is understood were married at Flemingsburg Tuesday Dec 1- The bride is the oldest daugh ter of Charles R Scott of Sher burne and is a young lady of un usual brightness beauty and womanly charm bridegroom is a son of ISamuel Saunderson a prosperous farmer of near Sherburne on the Bath county side and is said to be a fine young man worthy and esteemed l OLD NEWSPAPER John K Richards showed the writer a copy of the New York Herald of April 15 1865 containing the ac count of the assassination o f President Lincoln This copy of the greatest daily in America was angd s and a little foreign news and two editorials Nearly two pages were given to proprietary medicine advertisements The Brea majority of country weeklies now furnish more news than the Her old did then It is difficult to re newsIson SPECIAL JUDGEJudge W S Gudgell went to West Liberty Satudr presided as Special Judge of the Circuit Court to try the case of Charles Johnson charged with shooting James Boggs in Fllio tt county Boggs died in Lawrence county and Johnson was sen tenced to life imprisonment The Court of Appeals granted a nee trial and the case was transferred to Morgan county because of th couptyIhave him ten years in prison which was considered a signal victory for Young who had bee abused and threatened iu Lawrence county Ills ALARM CLOCKI trucss Isaid the Yankee who had been youIUU11 b 1VUIMV ll blll UUVUk WilUCO in this country Whyat my Rocltyfhear the echo of your voice TT J myfTime to get up and the voice wakes me in the morning Illus trated Review NEEDED PRAYERS OF PEOPLE The late Lord Sackville as al the world knows became persona non grata to the government while he was ambassador to Washington through expressing an opinion on the political situa tion It was through mean tric that Lord Sackville was led into this expression ofopinion said a correspondent the other day Once in describing the trick to me he compared himself to a country clergyman This clergyman he explain ed was waited on one Sunday morning by a young man Will you kindly ask the congregations this morn ing said the young man for poor William Smith Willingly said the clergy sAnd at the proper moment in the service he besought all those present to pray earnestly for the unfortunate William Smith in the great trouble and peril that encompassed him The request he was pleased to note made a impression- on the congregation- After the service meeting the young man who asked for intercession in Smiths behalf the clergyman said What is the matter with your friend Do you think it would do any good if I were to callon him l Im afraid not was the sorrowful reply Is it so bad as that said the clergyman What is the trouble then Bill said the other is going to be married ALTERS TilE CASECraford thought you were delighted with the present your wife gave you CrabshawAt that time I did not know she liad had it charged afarr a fitJihCIII Jff i j J Job PriDfiUff 0 Iof v Why not have THE OUTLOOK do your printing canhavesidered Run over this list and see if there isnt something ni it you need Letterheads NoteheadsEnvelopes Billheads Statements Pamphlets Blank Forms of all kinds 0 We have both rag and bond or linen writing paper ruled envelopesWe f if so desired r cM asdeedsIAddress OUTLOOK OWINGSyiLLE KY Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT J B Goodpaster Plaintiff- vs Notice Perry Oakley Defendant IBy virtue of a judgment an of sale of the Bath Circuit Court rendered at the Octobers rm 1908 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will o nth e 14th DAY of DECEMBER 190 SI at about one oclock p m sell outOwingsville Kentucky a pare e of real estate lying in Bath coun ty Ky and bounded as Beginning at a comfier on the Pre ton pike near the lowest gate post of the old passway gate on Peel ed Oak Branch thence south wit the old Kelsoe line to a corner i the line of Thomas Botts and the Hicks farm thence east with th line of said Kelsoo anu Hicks an U Botts negroes w a cornerin line of the old Wade place theI north to a tract of land now oc cupied by William Botts of color with the Botts line fence to th county road thence with t h road to a beech tre nea Sieof1tenear m mon orchard thence north wit the old passway road to a south of the graveyard thenc- n north of west on a ins to a corneron the east std of the old passway road near sycamore tree on the east 01 Peeled Oak Branch then c with the bluff of said branch to sugar tree thence west across said branch to the beginning containing about one hundred an twentyfive acres more or less Enough of said land will be soh to satisfy plaintiffs debt est and costs which on day sale will aggregate 29054 Sale will be made on a credit six months for the purchase The purchaser Will be required t execute a sale bond with goo ComIinterest per annum from day o sale until paid having the fore and effect of a judgment Th purchase price will remain a lien on the property until it is paid CkC SUICIDE Wilkes Jones aged about 64 years committed sui ride at his home in Springfield Church neighborhood Tuesday afternoon by cutting his throat Despondency over ill health is said to be the cause of the deed He leaves a wife but no children He served as a soldier on the Confederate side in the Civil war 4ofhogs have vicinity the past day or two The Fiscal Court convened here Tuesday WORTH TRYINGThe cashier as usual paid the loom boss in new moneycrisp and sweetsmelling notes that it was pleasant to handlelBut why is it George that you insist upon new money al ways I know you hand every cent of it to your wife The loom boss chuckled Its easy to see you are not a married man Willsaid he o youd know womans nature bet ter and wouldnt need to told the good of taking new money home tolthe wife The explanation is Will that women are so fond of new money that they hate to partA with it They bargain for and deny themselves that and the end of Pcsuma stocking or a teapot It pays Will to give the wife new money It pays something like 20 per cent F S fit Receipts Labels Invitations Cards Posters 4 Dodges JHE Commissioners Sale i1MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT L A Glover Admpc Plff versus DeftjBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the MontgomerySCircuit Court rendered at the September term 1908 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on t MONDAY DEC 14 1908 at one oclock p m or therea proceednto r to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Court house sdoor in Owingsville Ky the mentioned in the Judg towit A tract of land sit hunted on the waters of Flat Creek t county Ky and bound ate 4 eThos Steele in L A Glovers line thence S 52 E 2296 poles to a set stone in a bottom corner to rE113efigrsmallafigrW 95E poles to a set stone atfig gateeipostcornertolandofThos3teele thence with his line S Hi W 1 raMhanothalerpoles to the beginning containing landd be required sedmoneytohavetheSorieof legal interest from the t ofday of sale according tc law Bidders will be prepared to com Iionwilld1all the purchase money is paid Commisf fSCommissiot1crMontgome WRONG ANSWER Two Irish men were looking at some bricklayers busily working say Pat kin ye tell me what r kapes thim brick together ask ed one Shure its the mortar Mike was the answer Thats where lure wrong returned Mike is what kapes thim apart LAND POR S4Lv Onethird interest in 3000 acres of land in eastern part of Ken tucky it being the land allotted to Mrs Margaret E Kerns in the division of her grandfather Richard Graves estate Title genuine payments easy See or address 203t B W KERNS rfd 1 Sharpsburg Ky THE MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Co rNewark N J FREDERICK FRRLINGHUYSEH Prcst THE LEADING ANNUAL DIV IDEND COMPANY lias during the pint HUtvtlirep yenrs raidto 1olirvUoiatTs r0Ii0iNGPl ssets Jan I1D0S 1IIOOC708 Surplus 4C95489 DJ No Company has ever accom better results for its Pol icyholdersJ J ELGIN Gen Agent 207 KyOt Owingsvllfe Ky 1f1 T